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Watford is located within the borough of Hertfordshire, within the M25 it is a mere 20 miles from central London. Hertfordshire is situated within the south of England, bordering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Buckinghamshire and Greater London. Watford has a population of approximately 90,300.
These new homes near Watford offer access to a wealth of activities for all interests. If you are looking to accommodate for young children or teenagers, Gambado indoor playground, Hollywood Bowl and Harry Potter Studios will do just that. For grown-ups, Watford Colosseum is a premier concert venue which has seen performances from many big stars.
Cassiobury Park offers 190 acres of green space and woodland, containing a large variety of wildlife, nature and open water including, the River Gade, Grand Union Canal and a number of ponds.
Watford is home to the largest shopping center in Hertfordshire, Intu Watford. Ideal for those leading a busy lifestyle it is open seven days a week and boasts over 140 shops. Intu Watford is also child friendly often hosting children’s entertainment during the school holidays. Alternatively, New Watford Market offers everything from shops selling stylish clothes, jewelry and fresh produce and food outlets offering an array of different cuisine.
One of the largest business parks in Watford is Croxley Park, it is a well-connected hub which is home to many business from multi-national companies to small start-ups. Over 2,400 employees are based here.
These new homes near Watford are well connected. Watford is located within the M25 and just off the M1, making London and the rest of the England accessible. In addition, the Metropolitan tube line gives access to destinations north or south via the underground services into Watford Junction. For air travel you have the choice of London Heathrow or London Luton, both are within 20 miles.
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